Larissa Rabbiosi
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Subsidiary roles and reverse knowledge transfer: An investigation of the effects of coordination mechanisms
L Rabbiosi
Journal of International Management 17 (2), 97-113, 2011
2002011
Linking HRM and knowledge transfer via individual‐level mechanisms
DB Minbaeva, K Mäkelä, L Rabbiosi
Human Resource Management 51 (3), 387-405, 2012
191*2012
Reverse knowledge transfer in MNEs: subsidiary innovativeness and entry modes
R Mudambi, L Piscitello, L Rabbiosi
Long Range Planning 47 (1-2), 49-63, 2014
1372014
Parent company benefits from reverse knowledge transfer: The role of the liability of newness in MNEs
L Rabbiosi, GD Santangelo
Journal of World Business 48 (1), 160-170, 2013
1312013
Acquisitions by EMNCs in developed markets
L Rabbiosi, S Elia, F Bertoni
Management International Review 52 (2), 193-212, 2012
1132012
The impact of inward FDI on local companies’ labour productivity: evidence from the Italian case
L Piscitello, L Rabbiosi
International Journal of the Economics of Business 12 (1), 35-51, 2005
101*2005
“High performance” work practices, decentralization, and profitability: evidence from panel data
MG Colombo, M Delmastro, L Rabbiosi
Industrial and Corporate Change 16 (6), 1037-1067, 2007
872007
Technological similarity, post-acquisition R&D reorganization, and innovation performance in horizontal acquisitions
MG Colombo, L Rabbiosi
Research Policy 43 (6), 1039-1054, 2014
662014
How does knowledge transfer from foreign subsidiaries affect parent companies’ innovative capacity
L Piscitello, L Rabbiosi
Danish Research Unit for Industrial Dynamics, 06-22, 2006
532006
Simultaneous versus sequential complementarity in the adoption of technological and organizational innovations: the case of innovations in the design sphere
G Battisti, MG Colombo, L Rabbiosi
Industrial and corporate change 24 (2), 345-382, 2015
52*2015
Outward FDI from the BRICs: Trends and patterns of acquisitions in advanced countries
F Bertoni, S Elia, L Rabbiosi
Emerging economies and firms in the global crisis, 47-82, 2013
46*2013
Organizing for external knowledge sourcing
MG Colombo, L Rabbiosi, T Reichstein
European Management Review 8 (3), 111-116, 2011
42*2011
Host country corruption and the organization of HQ–subsidiary relationships
L Rabbiosi, GD Santangelo
Journal of International Business Studies 50 (1), 111-124, 2019
24*2019
The evolution of reverse knowledge transfer within multinational corporations
L Rabbiosi, PD Milano
Triple Helix 5 (3), 213-226, 2005
192005
More inward FDI? Medium-term effects of foreign acquisitions on target company productivity
L Piscitello, L Rabbiosi
Applied Economics Quarterly 50, 21-40, 2004
15*2004
The impact of MNCs’ foreign activities on the innovative performance of the parent companies
L Piscitello, L Rabbiosi
DRUID Summer Conference, 14-16, 2004
142004
‘Mandates and mechanisms: Reverse knowledge transfer in MNEs
R Mudambi, L Piscitello, L Rabbiosi
international conference ‘Four decades of International Business at Reading …, 2007
112007
Not walking the talk? How host country cultural orientations may buffer the damage of corporate values’ misalignment in multinational corporations
D Minbaeva, L Rabbiosi, GK Stahl
Journal of World Business 53 (6), 880-895, 2018
72018
Organizational design and firm performance
MG Colombo, M Delmastro, L Rabbiosi
Oxford handbook of managerial economics. Oxford, England: Oxford University …, 2012
72012
The Impact of Reverse K0nowledge Transfer on the Parent Company's Innovativeness: Which Role for Organizational Mechanisms and Subsidiary's Characteristics?
L Rabbiosi
Multinationals and Local Competitiveness, 167-195, 2009
62009
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